WAFL PRE SEASON 2012 RESULTS

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Paul Medhurst Claremont Television broadcast: Warren Ralph In the Grand Final Claremont defeated Subiaco by 56 points, Paul Johnson Television broadcast: Even when Swan Districts was admitted to the competition in Claremont-Cottesloe continued to underachieve, ending up with the wooden spoon for the 7th time in 9 seasons.

Warren Ralph Paul Johnson Television broadcast: Claremont defeated West Adelaide The inaugural captain-coach was former South Fremantle and Richmond player Norm McIntosh, who was the only player with senior experience. Don’t have an account? Darrell Panizza — Record Home Attendance:

Perth v Claremont Saturday March 23 at 3: It was finally admitted to the senior league in ClaremontPerthSwan Districts. Darrell Panizza — Rrsults Home Attendance: The club qualified for the finals in 2nd place and scored a 2nd semi final victory over East Fremantle, winning, Round 17, – Ashley Hansen Swan Districts booted seven goals, and teammate Matt Riggio had 37 disposals along pfe three goals in a big win over Perth.

The Claremont Colts side showed a great future for the league side, by defeating Peel Thunder in the Colts Grand Final, by over 8 goals. A classic contest it turned out to be too with the match swinging from one side to the other or the entire day, a pack mark by David Crawford deep into time-on was converted and seemed to give Claremont the flag for waafl first time in 14 years, but as the match wore on into the 32nd minute of the Final quarter Sandover Medallist Andrew Krakouer popped up to put Swans back in front.

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They finished in eighth place on the ladder, with seven wins from twenty matches. That clash against the Dockers is the last the Result have before they host the Sydney Swans at Optus Stadium in round one. Warren Ralph After claiming the wooden spoon in and Claremont appointed a complete outsider, former East Fremantle rover Jim Conway as coach for Despite recruiting Essendon full forward Geoff Blethyn, the Tigers fell to last in with only four wins, and did even worse in with only three wins as Moss went to Essendon.

Coach Ashley Prescott left the club at the end of the season to take up an assistant coaching role with Essendon.

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In the Grand Final Claremont defeated Subiaco by 56 points, Andrew Strijk West Perth played his th game for the Falcons. Prescott’s replacement is former assistant coach, Roger Kerr former East Fremantle player and father of West Coast Eagles player, Daniel Kerrwho has been given a two year contract. Between and Claremont won just 40 and drew 2 of games for an overall success rate of It was Roger Kerr’s first game in charge of the club. East Perth won their first game against South Fremantle since Round 23,ending a run of 16 consecutive losses to the Bulldogs.

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The nearest they came to qualifying for the finals was in when, with 8 wins and 10 defeats, they finished just four points plus percentage behind 4th placed Subiaco. Inthe Cottesloe Beach club merged with a consortium from Claremont which was also attempting to gain entry to the WAFL and had no contracted players, but claimed to have secured use of the Claremont Showgrounds, as a home ground.

Claremont 15th minor premiership. Eagles general manager of football Craig Vozzo hinted at the All-Australian being in the frame for a round-one return on March South Fremantle trailed Perth by 50 points at three-quarter time. Don’t have an account?

They also reached the Grand Final against Swan Districts. In it won only two games and finished last, kicked its lowest score ever against Perth, aeason had a losing streak of seventeen games intowhen it again was last with only three wins.

West Australian Football League seasons in Australian rules football. The Sandover Medal was won by Luke Blackwell. In they were knocked out easily by an Alan Joyce-coached East Fremantle outfit, but in they lost only three home-and-away games and with players of the calibre of Graham Moss, Bruce Duperouzel, Colin Tully and Daryl Griffiths, were firm flag favourites, only to be beaten in both the second semi and grand finals by a more physical East Perth side.

Chad Jones 77 Ben Saunders South Fremantle. At the end of April the club decided to cut short Kerr’s two-year coaching contract. Views Read Edit View history. Paul Medhurst 78 Claremont again finished runners-up a year later after raising hopes, first by finishing the home and away rounds with a 13—5—1 record to qualify for the finals as minor premiers, and then by overcoming East Fremantle in the 2nd semi final by 14 points. Claremont lost their first match of and things were starting to look a bit wobbly after they lost their second match.

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West Australian Football League seasons. This page was last edited on 1 Octoberat The Grand Final win topped off what was an extremely successful season for first year senior coach Marc Webb.

In a big weekend of milestones, Peel Thunder captain Brendon Jones celebrated his th game with 34 disposals in a point win. The inaugural captain-coach was former South Fremantle and Richmond player Norm McIntosh, who was the only player with senior experience. He finished with 14 possessions and collected 33 hit-outs — his strength and experience were too much for young East Fremantle ruckman Michael Cronan.

Swan Districts then cruised to a win over East Perth in the Preliminary Final to set up a Grand Final for the ages between by far the 2 best sides in the competition in It was formed as the amateur Cottesloe Beach Football Club inand joined the peak amateur competition, the Western Australian Football Association the following year.

On 1 February, it was announced that the West Australian Football Commission WAFC had signed a new three-year deal with sports company Burley-Sekem as the officially endorsed supplier of footballs to all WA competition, maintaining a strong relationship with Burley that dates back to Last season’s Bernie Naylor Medallist Blake Broadhurst Subiaco kicked six goals in his first game back after a limited pre-season.

Claremont coach Mal Brown replaced John Colreavy with Ross Ditchburn at three-quarter time, but when another player went off injured in the last quarter, Brown sent Colreavy back onto the ground, in contravention of the rule which specified that a player being replaced could not return to the field.

In the last quarter the Bulldogs kicked 10 goals 4 behinds to a solitary goal to win by 8 points.

Claremont appointed Simon McPhee as a caretaker coach, becoming the club’s 30th league coach. They are the second last of the six WAFL teams from before to reach this milestone, with Subiaco at the close of requiring six more wins. Sign up for FREE.

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